The Kingdom of God and the Glory of the Cross (Patrick Schreiner)

April 11, 2018Kingdom

Restoring the Concrete Nature of the Kingdom When many modern-day Christians come to kingdom language in the Bible, they have a hard time knowing what it is. Jesus never directly explains it; he never gives a definition, and the Gospel writers never record the crowds or disciples asking what it is. There seems to be … Read More

Bound for the Promised Land: An Interview with Oren Martin

July 6, 2015Biblical Theology, Covenants, Interviews, Kingdom, Matthew Claridge, NT Use of the OT, Old Testament Studies, Redemptive History, Theological Method, Typology

If the political fight over the land of Israel weren’t bad enough, the role of the Promised Land in Scripture has often divided American Evangelicals. Are the Land Promises–so prominent in the Old Testament covenants and deeply embedded in the future hopes of the prophetic literature–simply allegorized in the NT church’s gospel mission or do … Read More

Kingdom through Covenant-Interview with Stephen Wellum, Part 1

May 17, 2012Interviews, Kingdom

Interview by Matthew Claridge— We are delighted to have with us today (and tomorrow!) both Stephen J. Wellum, Professor of Systematic Theology at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, and Peter J. Gentry, Professor of Old Testament at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. In Part 1 of this interview we talk with Stephen Wellum about this … Read More